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An appearance of people on left side and right side seem symmetrical, but it is not. However, existing eyewear is mostly has symmetrical appearance.
Based on the appearance of the people, I escaped from fixed idea and designed new type of glasses.
Those who have flat noses feel inconvenient in wearing glasses. So I wanted to solve this problem.
These gleasses make the part of nose prop height adjustment different with the frame of this glasses to band that part easily. And make angle of the temple bows able to be changed up and down as well. Place empty space between glasses and the frame so that it prevent the glasses from being changed.


KyungHee University

KyungHee University
Yongin, South Korea


KYUNGHEE University

KYUNGHEE University
Visual Information Design
Seoul, South Korea

Moon, Woong jae [Kookmin Graduate School of Design]